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♪ and that includes gunfire in a sunnyvale neighborhood, as a standoff there escalates. s.w.a.t. teams move in on a man who calls 911, saying he has killed somebody. a lot happening out there good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. that standoff started at 8:00 this morning at a home on coachella avenue, near san miguel elementary school. nbc bay area's bob redell is live at the scene with more video of this dramatic ending. bob, i know you were out there at the time of these gunshots. >> reporter: good morning to you, yes, you are correct, good morning to you, marla and jon, sunnyvale police confirmed they have shot and killed that
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suspect and unfortunately, found another person, an adult woman, dead inside that home on coachella and san pedro. they have been trying over a loud speaker around phone to get that man inside the home to surrender, this was about two hours, this is after he called 911 around 8:00 this morning to say he had killed someone inside. police telling us he would not respond to their orders. an hour ago, 10 this morning, sunnyvale s.w.a.t. moved in with armored vehicles, approached the man's house with weapons drawn to again issue the order to surrender. >> come out with your hands up. [ gunshots ] >> reporter: in a audio, you can hear police ordering the suspect to come out with his hands up, followed by seven to eight rapid gunshots. what happened, according to police is that when they ordered that man to come out with his hands up, he charged them with a weapon. what that weapon was, they won't
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say. s.w.a.t. responded by shooting and killing the man. >> so the s.w.a.t. team approached the residence, attempted to make contact with the individual inside the residence. at that point, the individual charged the officers with a weapon. the officers, of course, opened fire and shoot the individual. the individual was pronounced dead at the scene. >> you know the phrase suicide by police, was this one of those instances, based on what you're telling us? >> the individual charged s.w.a.t. officers with a weapon, so, that's what it looks like at this point. yes. >> reporter: police have since gone inside that house where they have found an adult female dead. they won't say how she was killed, but again, remember, he did call in around 8:00 this morning to 911 saying that he had killed someone inside and it appears that that was, in fact, unfortunately, the case. they won't say what relation this man had to that woman. reporting live here in sunnyvale, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> thank you very much. happening now, hundreds forced to leave their homes as
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flames just creep closer and closer down in southern california a, this as concerns grow over the weather conditions. temperatures expected to soar into the high 80s and 90s today with winds blowing down there, up to 20 miles per hour. those flames, we can tell you, scorched through about nine square miles so far, the town of banning, 20 miles west of palm springs. the latest on the so-called silver fire. >> reporter: we are reporting to you from the southwestern end of california, 18 miles west of palm springs. this is the silver fire and it has quickly charred some 6,000 acres, injuring two firefighters and a resident. 15 structures have been destroyed. the fire started as only a few hundred acres, but quickly grew to thousands within the matter of a few hours. firefighters knew at that point that they had a demon on their hands. homeowners watched everything that they had burned, some even tried to use garden hoses to
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fight the flames, giving those who watched a level of the desperation here. with night fall, firefighters tried to level the playing field with some help from mother nature in the form of cooler temperatures. the hope here is that progress made overnight will continue throughout the day today. now, there have been some new evacuation orders, a mandatory order is now in place for portions of the state, as well as neighboring areas, affecting 1800 people. >> we are trying everything we can to get containment on the fire edge and to save people, protect property. >> the winds, wisely, are picking up speed here. the temperatures are what seem to have helped in this firefight overnight. containment at zero, still a lot of work to be done here. firefighters know there's a long day ahead. reporting in cab baz zohn, california, near pam springs, i'm tina he is za dean, nbc news. while a special panel gets
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ready to present its findings to governor brown, b.a.r.t. and its labor unions, they are not wasting in i time, back at the bargaining table, trying to hammer out a deal. nbc bay area's christie smith joins us live in oakland with the very latest on the b.a.r.t. labor talks. christie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. this is the first time both sides have sat down at the bargaining table as governor brown stepped in to help avert a strike. since then, we have learned that both sides are as much as $100 million apart in trying to reach an agreement, a huge gap that negotiators for b.a.r.t.'s union and the transit agency will somehow try to bridge by sunday night. that's the new deadline. both sides headed back into the caltrans building in oakland as they have done before. they did that this morning. unions also made their presence known at the b.a.r.t. board meeting this morning. just yesterday, management and unions testified before a panel commissioned by governor brown to try and determine if he should order a 60-day cooling off period to keep trains running at least through
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october. b.a.r.t.'s unions said its offer was -- b.a.r.t. said its offer was $100 million less over four years than what the unions put up but a union rep said this morning that they were surprised by that number. they think it's actually much smaller. b.a.r.t. spoke he is person says they still need to hammer out salary, pension and medical contributions and overtime work rules so there's still a lot of ground to kofzer. >> really depends how you calculate the numbers. if you want to apply the numbers the entire district, you're going to get one number, apply for four years, get another number and three years. tend of the day, whatever the number is, it shows there is still a great difference, tens of millions of dollars, no matter how you look at it no matter how many years. >> i think our team, we all want to get it done. i'm hoping that the district will come with the same conviction, the same drive and the same sense of importance to get this deal done so we can lay this all to rest and people can go about their normal lives, knowing they don't have to wait another 60 days, they are not being held hostage, all that is
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taken care of. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. spokesperson said they would support 560-day cooling off period if necessary but the atu spokesperson says they hope they don't have to go there. what could happen is the governor could order that cooling off period, we could see a deal happen, be a encitizens of talks or maybe a strike. live in oakland, christie smith, nbc bay area news. more than a month after the crash of ashian nah flight 214 at sfo, a survivor says he can't escape the pain or nightmares and now he is suing. 60-year-old henry shia is at a san francisco hotel still recovering from his cracked jaw, strained neck and shattered vertebrae. he and his wife filed a lawsuit against the airlines in the u.s. district court in san francisco, claiming gross negligence and seeking at least $5 million in damages. shia says he cannot return home to shanghai, china, until his back heals and he can sit through the 11-hour flight. he is a college professor and says he is not sure when that --
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he will be able to go home or if the pain will ever go away. >> the bone was broken. >> shia is able to file suit in the u.s. because his son bought his asiana ticket in the states. his attorney says hundreds of other foreign nationals on board are only able to file suit against asiana in korea or china. the san francisco police commission honored four of the officers who were among the first to respond to the crash. the four officers received certificates of appreciation last night. the officers worked to clear out the back of that boeing 777 despite the thick black smoke that filled the cabin. and when there was some confusion about the number of missing passengers, cunningham ran back inside to make sure no one was trapped.
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the investigation continues this morning in oakland surrounding who gunned down a 1-year-old boy and his father. family members say drew thomas and his father, andrew, they were shot and killed while sleeping in their bed around 3 yesterday morning. the two were visiting from fresno, in up to for the funeral of a cousin killed on saturday. at this point, police have not released a motive but the relatives think the shooting is related to saturday's homicide. on that subject, police say they have arrested a man in connection with saturday's deadly shooting, kendall eatman in police custody in connection with the killing of 18-year-old al queen know rivera. rivera and thomas, we can tell you, were cousins. oakland police continue to gather more information as they look into the disappearance of sandra koch. officers left her home with two bags of evidence yesterday afternoon. koch is an investigator for the federal defender's office in sacramento. she was last seen sunday night when family members say she was going to walgreens but never
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returned. now, they had previously said she was going to meet someone who found her dog that had been missing for months. both the kochs cell phones were found in different parts of the east bay. officers are now investigating her cell phone records. a transient under arrest this morning after a church was vandalized in the south bail. church volunteer telling our photographer on scene somebody broke into st. john the baptist catholic church in milpitas yesterday morning, located a few blocks away from the great mall. they say he broke benches, statues and ornamental items, costing about $20,000 in damage. most to that have damage has since been cleaned up. police arresting 30-year-old michael vick roy for ing a church, which is a felony. despite outcry from some city leaders, the gold club in downtown saab jose will open without any new restrictions.
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the city council met yesterday to talk about the possibility of tighter rules and regulations for the business but decided to put off further discussion until a later date. the gold club is described as a bikini bar, which means nudity is not allowed. they say you got to be in it to win it, if you have one, it's time to check those tickets. somebody in the south bay a whole lot richer today after last night's powerball drawing. we have all the details coming your way next. we will update you on how the boys from the belmont redwood shores little league are doing at the west regionals. plus, elon musk in a big purple chair. really. we will take a look in business and tech. and good morning, i'm anthony slaughter in the nbc bay area weather center. we are tracking fog for your morning and expecting to see some sunshine by this afternoon. we are going to let you know what happens in the full forecast coming up on the seven day in just a bit.
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time for business and tech, tell you, shares in tesla
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looking up today, a after companies said it was building cars more faster and expense civil than investors. >> elon musk is sitting pretty in his giant purple chair. >> yes, indeed, he is. in fact, we can go right to musk at home, practically live a video, just a little bit old of the modern day edison doing a google meet up this morning with fans and virgin founder, richard branson. yep, he does appear to have an enormous purple wing-back chair. he has created a solar company, a car company and sent space ships to the international space station so he can do what wasn't and he can sit where he wants, too. i wanted to show you this? the opening of the nasdaq marketplace this morning in new york city. fox racial, you knee logo, and look what they are going to do. this was live at the opening, right there, as they ring the opening bell. how about that? that is your american economy at work. some say it's jump the shark. i say not quite yet.
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>> i give him a 10 for that landing. all right, scott, thanks so much. he or she may not be the big winner but someone in the bay area is richer this morning. the ticket sold in sunnyvale at the lang wood shell station on north lawyer learn expressway matched five of six numbers in last night's big powerball drawing. that winner gets more than $289,000 before taxes. three people hit the big time and will split the $448 million jackpot. one ticket was sold in minnesota, two others were sold in new jersey. >> congratulations to everybody that won. all right. well, this next one is the hot new craze out on the water. now, the state of hawaii talking about banning those powerful jet packs. we haven't seen them. very, very cool to watch. probably very tough to do they blast people as high as 30 feet right into the air, all powered by pumping that water.
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local there is in hawaii concerned about the impact on the environment. fishermen and scientists now asking state officials to regulate these packs because of how they could end up affecting local fish and coral. got admit, does look like a lot of fun, doesn't it? one local scientists says noise made by the packs could drive fish away. hawaii says one option is limit where you can use those packs. >> does look like a blast out there. an iconic painting that once hung in the palace hotel in san francisco will come home later this month. "the pied piper of hamlin" by max field parish hung in the hotel more than a century since it was commissioned in 1909, but just in april, it was taken down and sent to new york for auction. art historians and neighbors, they were upset, so they quickly started a petition to bring the painting home and the hotel did agree. the painting has now been restored and will be unveiled in the pied piper bar in the hotel
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on august 22nd. apparently that guy hangs out there every once in a while. >> he has a little juice. >> yeah he does. the fight over the oakland a's continues this morning with major league baseball firing back at the city of san jose. lawyers for the mlb are asking a federal judge to toss out the city's lawsuit against the league, saying baseball has an anti-trust exemption that protects it from such lawsuits. the mlb also argues san jose cannot show it has been harmed by the indecision over whether to allow the a's to relocate from oakland. from the major league, check in on the little guys now, magic number is that, two. how many games a peninsula baseball team must win to advance to the little league world series. >> the belmont redwood shores team will play in the regional semifinals this weekend in san bernadino. they secure the spot after beating eastlake, 3-2 last night. with no live tv coverage, friends and supporters, they had a viewing party at car lot high. they found a way to watch the game live, asking a parent to use her cell phone and live
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stream the game via skype. >> that is very smart. >> going strong. young fans watching say they were inspired an hope one day they, too, can play for a world championship. >> takes a lot of team work around a lot of effort to get where they are. i mean, they're doing just really amazing. >> right now, i'm pretty confident with them. i know they're going to be good and everything. i think they are going to win. >> belmont redwood shores will face arizona tomorrow night at 6:00. the game will be live on espn. so everyone can watch it from the comfort of their own home. >> go, brs. >> looking forward to that. >> get it done, fellas. all right, time now, looking forward to a weather forecast here, anthony slaughter in for christina loren. how are things looking? >> start to see that blue sky over the golden gate and all that marine layer started to spin away. we are talking about sunshine, even at the immediate coast today, going to be chilly though, i want to give you a heads up, expecting fog to roll back in this evening and you can see over the past three hours, just kind of gradually been
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folding back to the coast and that's really what we are expecting to happen, all the way until 2, 3:00. you will notice as we put the futurecast into motion by 2:00, a little bit of fog hanging out at the immediate coast, the sunset district and up toward point rays, if you're headed to the game, 2 12:45, at&t park, giants taking on the brewers, expect to see sunshine. look what happens, by 4:00, cloud cover starts to become more extensive, starts to run through the san bruno gaps, talking about fog returning tonight and even potential for little drizzle, kind of like what we saw this morning. not a big rain event, definitely not that, more clouds than anything else. sunshine, 79 in livermore, 71, sunnyvale. warmer than yesterday at this time. 63 degrees there we do still have airport delays at sfo right now, up to about an hour, this is mainly on arising flights, not on leaving or departing flights that is the good news. temperatures again in the low 60s in san francisco. it will be 78 later on in
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livermore, 72, san jose, 74, los gatos, up in wine country, 76, santa rosa, 75, napa. not too bad. temperatures do warm up, head to the upcoming weekend, not a whole lot. look at this, by monday and tuesday, even wednesday, we are talking about temperatures that are going to go up about ten degrees from where we are right now that would put us close to 90 as we head toward tuesday and wednesday of next week and putting the coast close to 70, not bad, a little something for everyone and everything today. >> the plants they like it, too. >> next week looks like august weather. >> hot august nights. >> yeah. looking forward too it. all right. we have seen this over in spain but how about a running of the bulls on the streets of san francisco? no joke. it could happen. >> we will hear from the guys behind the plan, next.
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those giants, they continue
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to struggle after another tough loss last night. pitch every madison baumgartener called out the team saying some days, his teammates show up mentally, some days they don't. baumgartener took a 1-0 lead into the eight but the giant does not hold on, ultimately losing to the brewer, 6-1. manager bruce bochy said the team play lived up to their current ranking and the giants are last in their division. >> not good. >> no. the 49ers' preseason officially kicks off this evening at candlestick park this is good news. the niners take on the broncos. tonight's game starts at 6:00. we are told mr. colin kaepernick will play, though not more than the first quarter. >> plenty of time to kiss the biceps. key vets like patrick willis recovering from hand surgery and frank gore not expected to take the field. meantime, they will start the preseason last night at o.co taking on the people they call
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the america's team. sorry raiders fans, the game will be blacked out in the bay area, meaning you will have to be at the stadium if you really want to watch them. i guess you could listen to them on the radio. >> i guess some i have it, but have you ever wanted to run with the bulls. >> i don't know a lot of people that do want to do this, fun to watch the guys bounce around like pin balls, see the thrill see putting their bodies on the line every year in pamplona, spain. who needs spain? >> june 21st next year, these guys will be running through the streets, hopefully not down my street, for an event known as the great bull run. the exact location has yet to be determined. 500 people, already signed up to participate in the bay area running. >> they hate car, how do you explain that to your insurance company? >> i want to do a story on one of these people who want to run this. contact us at the station. the question remains why would anyone want to do this? >> why does anybody want to do anything dangerous? you know? that thrill, the adrenaline rush that you get from putting yourself in mortal danger and
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coming out on the other side. >> there's big and then -- yeah. >> okay. okay, there's big and then there's really big. >> we will show you the pitchers of the biggest baby born in spain. hang this in there ♪ all right, let's go
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guessing as we speak, somebody is calling guinness on the phone now. the record for the biggest baby ever born naturally in spain that record has been set. >> a 40-year-old british woman gave birth to this little girl. 13.7 pounds. >> wow. >> she arrived yesterday morning. look at those cheeks. wanna bite them. no, that weight, 13.7 pounds, more than twice the weight of an average-sized baby. these are pictures of maria and her family. >> that mom is a warrior. >> provided by the hospital where she was born. maria's mother, maxine, she says she knew at 41 weeks she was going to have a big baby but didn't have any idea how big she would be. >> forget pampers. depends.
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lemon. which of these pictures do you like better? um, the one on the left? so the wacky one. sure. what's the picture for? i'm giving the keynote address at the company's six sigma retreat to move forward in croton-on-hudson. ugh. is that like a corporate retreat? i used to have to perform at those all the time back when jenna and i were in that improv troupe. the audience suggestion is sling blade and oprah on a date. [scattered applause] [deep, gravelly voice] i sure do like them french fried pataters. [as herself] no, you don't, oprah. jenna is not a great improviser. to be honest, lemon, uh, i'm a little apprehensive about going to this thing. i haven't seen a lot of these people since the ceo debacle

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